Not a perfect game, but definitely a model to emulate
CWN - June 04, 2010
Reflecting on this week's most poignant baseball story-- a pitcher's bid for a perfect game, ruined by an umpire's mistaken call-- columnist Peggy Noonan remarks that the main characters, in their reactions to the events, set a high standard for sportsmanship and graceful behavior.
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